Jean Stone- Nose Bridge Filter Pocket Mask with ties - Shop Atrium 916

Jean Stone- Nose Bridge Filter Pocket Mask with ties

Jean Stone
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This is a fabric pleated mask with two layers of fabric, a wire nose bridge to adjust the seal, and fit on the nose and a pocket insert, for filters (Filters not included).  It has ties to tie around the head. This is the style most requested by institutions because it has a wide pocket for interchangeable filters. These are breathable, one-size, re-usable, and machine washable.  Adding an additional filter into the mask increases the mask's protection.

Please wash the masks prior to use. Proudly made in Sacramento, California. The two-layered cotton fabric has been washed twice in hot water before cutting. Thank you for supporting local creatives!

Tie the ties to fit.

These are one-size

Jean Stone was a medical secretary for 25 years, now retired she is spending her time sewing crafty things. As the pandemic hit she began sewing masks for her local community and those in need. She has been donating masks to facilities and her elderly community. Seling these masks helps her buy supplies for mask donations. 

This shopping experience is provided by the nonprofit The Atrium -a Creative Innovation Center for Sustainability. Seeking to build a kind, creative and sustainable future for all.  Creatives on this platform are using the funds raised from these masks to buy supplies to make free masks for those on the front lines and those in need. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released updated guidelines on April 3, advising Americans to wear cloth face coverings when out in the community. The guidelines target areas with significant community spread and where social distancing is difficult (like a grocery store). The goal is to minimize the spread from asymptomatic people (who have the COVID-19 illness but show no symptoms) and presymptomatic people (who are infected but aren’t showing symptoms yet).

  1. Use a fabric mask for no more than four hours at a time, then wash in hot water and dry thoroughly before using it again.
  2. Put the mask on (don) after washing hands for 20 seconds with soap and water. 
  3. Wash hands again after removing (doffing) the mask. Do not touch the outside front part of the mask as the area is likely to be contaminated.
  4. You must still practice social distancing and handwashing if you wear a mask. Masks are not absolutely effective and do not allow you to be less vigilant about staying safe!

Cloth masks are not medical-grade N95 respirators. Medical experts believe they may help to prevent an asymptomatic carrier from unknowingly spreading the virus to others. (Sacramento Bee April 2020


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